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Mar 4, 2013 8:00am EST
the ces through his eyes. troy wolverton is with the "san jose mercury news". mr. wolverton, how often have you been coming to ces, and what's its importance? >> guest: i've probably been coming for seven of the last eight years, something like that. and its importance is that it is, basically, kind of the showcase for, or the centerpiece for the technology industry. it's where many of the major companies come to show a off their latest and greatest products, and you get a sense of what's going to be on store shelves later in the year. you know, it's a place where, um, consumers can kind of get a glimpse of where things are going, but the real import is that this is where the manufacturers try to sell to the retailers what they should have on their store shelves later. >> host: and what's the importance of the "san jose mercury news" to the technology industry? what's the connection? >> guest: well, the mercury news is in the heart of silicon valley, and our focus and our business section has long been on technology, in fact, it's basically what we cover, is technology. so i'm the pers
CSPAN
Mar 4, 2013 8:00pm EST
around as he toured and see the ces through his eyes. troy wolverton is that the san jose mercury news. mr. wolverton, how often have you been coming to ces? >> guest: i have probably been coming to ces for tenant -- seven of the last eight years and it's important that it's basically kind of a showcase foe technology industry. it's where many major companies come to show off their latest and greatest products and you get a sense of what's going to be on store shelves later in the year. you know it's a place where consumers can get a glimpse of where things are going but there real import is this is is where the manufacturers try to sell to the retailers what they should have on their store shelves later. >> host: and what's the importance of the subtwo to the technology industry? was the connection? >> guest: this mercury news is in the heart of silicon valley and our focus of of the business as one bin on technology and in fact it's basically what we cover and technology. i'm the personal technology for the mercury and i try to keep an eye on all things consumer technology. >> host:
CSPAN
Mar 17, 2013 12:00am EDT
but san jose is 10, odalys. anyway take the 10 biggest cities and add up their entire population of all the people in all of those cities, that's 23 million people. that is how severe the unemployment crisis is. and again there is no precedent since we got out of the great depression. so, another statistic. we had this thing we now call the great recession and the have followed the wall street crash that was caused by excessive speculation on wall street. now according to the official marketers of when recessions and, the recession started in the last three months of 2007 and it officially ended by june of 2009. that's three and a half years ago and we have been out of a recession for three and a half years, officially. now, one thing i recently calculated is, let's look at this recession relative to all the other recessions that have taken place since the great depression. now, and all the other recessions, there are different experiences that the economy does bounce back. when you say the recession and, it actually really ends. you can see that in the statistics and on average, the un
CSPAN
Mar 23, 2013 8:00pm EDT
at san jose stadium that blew me away. i thought if you want to do if you have the right to do it to put it into the institution of education. but when they take a picture of the statue, that is a beautiful statue. i think i should have a brick with my name at the base. hey man move over. i think i should be in the picture. i told them wait a minute, hold it for a second. you cannot get a brick with your name on it on the base of the statue. why not, john? that statue does not depict me taking the baton beyond athletics. you can't get in the picture. why can i get in the picture? we ran together. i said i will tell you what, i will let you get in the picture. what do you want? only to step forward and open up your shirt. roll up your sleeves. pull up your pant legs. what are you talking about? would be looking for? i said i'm looking for burns. i'm looking for burns on your chest and on your napkin on your back. show me some fire burns. i said mr. mr. smith, anna. you want to see some burns. turn around and look at his back. mr. norman come over here and show him your burns. do you want
CSPAN
Mar 31, 2013 10:30am EDT
of those. san jose being a famous location for one of these towers. because they are expensive and so brilliant, you could create one artificial moon above the town and rather than putting lamps down low. when erected one company discovered it would cast terrible shadows he had to do another tower in another. detroit was the high water mark. they had to put up 70 separate towers to get every spot in town into work so that they pretty see the tower started to fall down and they just let them go. >> individual solution was the solution being sought after but this refinement that addison and its other competitors wanted. >> was to was to make the life is about. one massive night of many thousands of candlepower. it was another to break into usable pieces you could bring indoors. when they brought indoors, which they try to do a fancy are the sorts of things, the light made everybody cadaverous. every wrinkle and gray hairs stood out. so many people after attending events and i'm never going to electric i.d. can. is >> somehow in a given name frames versus pcs here. let's talk about the a
CSPAN
Mar 2, 2013 10:30am EST
, adding up to these disparities and the same is true with prosecutors, there are studies in the san jose mercury news for example showing prosecutors display considerable bias in making charges about who seems like they should be given a good deal, who is worthy of a second chance, who seems like a tough kid who can't be turned around? these unconscious biases play themselves out and all kinds of crimes and types of offenses, but when we talk about violent crime important to acknowledge, and rates of violent crime are much higher among black men than white men. rates of violent crime are much higher but as william julius wilson points out in his excellent book when work disappears, racial disparities and violent crimes disappear, when you control joblessness. if you compare white jobless with black jobless men the racial disparity in violent crime disappears. that doesn't mean joblessness is an excuse for violence, it certainly is not. and most do not engage in violent crime but the reality is joblessness, particularly john at -- chronic joblessness creates the very conditions we know th
CSPAN
Mar 4, 2013 8:30am EST
these devices more useful for us. >> host: troy wolverton, "san jose mercury news". personal technology reporter, "the communicators" has been with him for a day here at ces international las vegas. and our program from ces will continue next week on "the communicators." >> c-span, created by america's cable companies in 1979, brought to you as a public service by your television provider. >> just ahead, two former solicitor generals, then we're live with the annual u.s./israel policy conference known as aipac with remarks by vice president widen, senator john mccain and benjamin netanyahu. after that we'll join a discussion on the e.u.'s political and economic future and what it means for the u.s. and later the nat returns at 2 -- the senate returns followed later with votes on two judicial nominations to the u.s. district court. >> now, two former u.s. solicitors general give an overview of some of the cases this term. we'll hear from theodore olson and walter dellinger who was acting solicitor general for president clinton. they spoke at the national association of attorneys general winter me
CSPAN
Mar 4, 2013 8:30pm EST
to interacting with the machine.g >> host: troy wolverton from "san jose mercury news" what have you learned here at ces? >> guest: i thinkh what we have learned as you are seeing experimentation from consumer electronics manufacturers with experimenting with for ktv's or new types of computer designs are experimenting with features and functions for mobile phone there's a lot of experimentation going on. not necessarily mind-blowing innovations that what we are seeing is a lot of welding on what we have done before and trying to make devices more useful for us. >> host: troy wolverton subto personal technology reporter. "the communicators" has been with him for a day at ces international in las vegas in their program from ces will continue next week on "the communicators." >> now a political roundtable discussion with armed services committee members and john mccain and kristen and gillibrand. this is part of today's u.s.-israel policy conference known as aipac being held in washington this week. [inaudible conversations] [applause] >> good morning. it's great to be with the appeared we ha
CSPAN
Mar 25, 2013 8:30pm EDT
. san jose being a famous location for one of these towers, and those lights were expensive, and because they were so brilliant, the idea was you could just create one single artificial moon above the town and that would -- rather than putting a lot of lamps down low, and, often, when you erect the one moon, it casts terrible shadows over large swaths of town where it didn't reach so you had to do another tower and another. you know, detroit was the sort of market society with 70 separate towers to try to get every spot in town, and it worked so badly that pretty soon the towers fell down in the high winds, and they let them go. >> so the individual solution was the solution being sought after with this refinement that edison and his own competitors wanted. >> that's right. what they called to make the lights visible. it was one thing to make one massive light of many thousands of power, but it was another to break the light up into usable pieces to bring indoors. when they brought the ark light indoors, which they tried to do often in fancy balls and those things, the light made everybo
CSPAN
Mar 25, 2013 11:00pm EDT
things, good ideas that go that. this is clearly one of those. san jose being a famous location for one of these towers. because there were expensive and because there were so brilliant yet he was you could create one single artificial moon above the town and that would, rather than putting a lot of lamps down low and often when you directed one use covered that it casts terrible shadows over large swaths of town where did not reach, so you had to do another and another. detroit was the sort of high water mark of this idea. they put up 70 separate towers. it worked so badly that pretty soon asserted a fall down in high wind and they just let them go. >> the individual solution was the switch with this refinement that edison and his other competitors wanted. >> to make the lights visible. it was something else to break the light into usable pieces. when they brought indoors delight made everyone look so cadavers care every wrinkle in gray hair stepped out. >> some helen thinking of mainframes verses pcs. let's talk about the actual technology that enabled this to happen because the key d
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